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Mrs. Harford Powel, Jr.
nuestra querida amiga, Miss Judd!
Miss Margaret Way
B. A. Honors University of
Mrs. John Sisson
A. B. Vassar College; M. A.
Miss Ruth Stevenson
A. B. Smith College; M.A.
University of Richmond in
Miss Jean St. Pierre
A. B. Wheaton College; M. A.
HISTORY OF ART
Miss Marv Minard
A. B. Smith College
Miss Elizabeth Foulke
A. B. Bryn Mawr; M. A.
University of Pennsylvania
Mrs. John Harrington
Graduate of University of
Vienna; Graduate work at
Miss Laurie Smith
A. B. Wellesley College
Miss Carolyn Goodwin
A. B., M. A. Smith College
Miss Judith Bratt
A. B. Vassar College
Mrs. John Bennett
A. B. Pembroke College
Graduate work at Harvard
Miss Sylvia Kuzminski
B. A. Merrimack College
Mile. Germaine Arosa
Prix d' excellence de diction
et de comedie, Paris;
Middlebury College School of
French; The Sorbonne
Mile. Marie Baratte
University of Rennes; B. S.
Dnmfermline H. S.; M. A.
Mrs. Wayne Frederick
B. S. in Education, Southeast
Missouri College; M. A.
Columbia University and The
Miss Edith Jones
A. B. Middlebury College;
Graduate work at New York
State College for Teachers;
McGill University; The
Mrs. Oscar Witten
University of Frankfort; The
Sorbonne; Graduate School
Mrs. Paul De Gavre
A. B. New Jersey
College for Women
Miss Blair Danzoll
A. B. Wheaton College;
Graduate work at American
Academy in Rome
Miss Dorothy Judd
B. S. College of William
and Mary; M. A. Columbia
University; M. A.
SPEECH AND DRAMA
Miss Pamela Tinker
B. Sc. Honours, Diploma in
Education, Sheffield University,
England; Diploma in
Administration University of
Miss Helen Smith
B. S. Central Connecticut
State College; M. S.
Dr. Hans Sidon
A. B., B. D. University of
Dubuque; Ph. D. Graduate
School, Southern Baptist
Miss O. C. Von Erpecom
Diploma-Royal Academy of
Dramatic Art in London;
Study at University of
Florence, National Theatre
of Bergen, Norway, and Old
Vic Theatre School of London
Mrs. Harford Powel
Bachelor of Design, Harriet
Sophie Newcomb College
Mrs. Mary Baker
A. B. Vassar College M. A.
Mrs. Walter Greenall, Jr.
Mrs. Dorothy Quintal
Mrs. Charles Stahle, Miss Lily Siao, Miss Margot Warner
Miss Louise Shaw, Miss Shirley Ritchie,
Mrs. J. Butler
Mrs. Capen Abbott, Mrs. Frederick Fishback, Mrs.
Lillian Ellis, Missing: Mrs. John Levo.
Miss Kathleen Ayre, Dr. Robert R. Ramsdell,
Miss Marian Perkins
Miss Eleanor M. Tucker
A. B., M. A. Smith College
Director of Studies
Mrs. Ford Duncan
A. B. Connecticut College
Director of Admissions
Mrs. Eldon Mayer
Bouve-Boston School of Physical
Director of Residence
Mrs. Richard Abbott, Mrs. James Couch, Mrs. Henry E. Davies,
Mrs. Caroline C. Eaton.
Mrs. Richards, Mrs. O'Neil, Mrs. Gilliard
Miss Jane Sullivan Mrs. Frank
Miss Louise Robinson
Mrs. Perry Wile, Mr. Gardner
Mrs. Lynwood Howard, Mrs. Marie Bonde.
J. Feinauer, R. Stickney, T. Ward, J. Bonde, E. Roy.
M. Logan, R. Vayanos, M. Dolan, E. Egerton, C. Craig,
N. Fitzgibbon, I. Buchak, C. Robertson.
J. McCann, E. Turton, D. Wrigley, P. Corey, J. Butler,
J. Keith, J. Loszaweski, W. Schubert, W. Mckee.
So, the Adams family does not live here!
1962-1965 Class Plav 3; Photography Club 3; New Fidelio 2, Fidelio
2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4.
"Sweet 21 and never been kissed ..." "What a turn on . . ."
Sunday walks . . . "That is obscene" . . . red convertible Mustang . . .
"What a turn off . . ." "the Beatles" . . . Cambridge . . . James Bond
. . Bump . . . Levi cords ..." As it were," ..." Cool" . . .
St. Mark's . . . "ya gotta have heart" . . . "What an ill mannered
child" . . . "It gets ya right here" . . . Charlotte Bronte . . . Comic
Relief . . . "Clumsy" . . . How embarrassing" . . . the classic face
. . . "Bread and Butter" . . . motorcycles, V.W.S. . . . ho, ho, ho.
KATHERIXE ELIZABETH ABLER
Little St. Mary's Road, Libertyville, Illinois
ELLEN MARY ADAMS
57 Sherman Road, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
History'. English Problems galore
"I don't know the way to the Abbot food store'
On third floor — a girl from Exeter
Receives a call from Dean Kesler
Noisy trucks below at 6 A. M.
"Same old rot for breakfast again."
As long as you're up, get me a man
We suspeck you play wif dollies.
1961-1965 Rat; Class Play 1; Class Treasurer 1; Class Social Director
2; Debating 2,3,4; Varsity Hockey 4,2; Gargoyle Cheerleader 2,3,4;
A Capella 2; Numerals 3; Photography Club 3; Cynosure 3,4; Current
It's so elegant
"What shall I do now? What shall I do?"
"I shall rush out as I am, and walk the street"
"With my hair down, so. What shall we do to-morrow?"
"What shall I ever do? - T. S. Eliot
29 Montview Road, Chelmsford, Masschusetts
5435 Lakeshore Drive, Littleton, Colorado
1962-1965 A Capella 2; Varsity Soccer 4; Secretary of A.A.A. 4.
There was a girl who had no curl anywhere on her forehead.
And when she was good, she was very-very good and when she
was bad, she was still pretty neat.
Unlike Georgie Porgie pudding and pie, Ted kissed her in the
front office and made her cry.
Though Humpty Dumpty once sat on a wall, Janet would always
run down the hall.
And instead of having a great fall, she knocked down the fire
Frankenstein and whiffle bats — that's what little girls are
secretly made of.
Imagine!! Little me-Miss Teenage America!
'/ didn't do it!'
1962-1965 Class Play 2; Fidelio 3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; School
Social Chairman 4.
"Emotions recollected in tranquility —
Thanks to the human heart by which we live,
Thanks to its tenderness, its joys, and fears,
To me the meanest flower that blows can give
Thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears."
LAURA CAPRON BECKVOLD
4 Cedarcliff Lane, Poughkeepsie, New York
2230 Edgewood Drive, Augusta, Georgia
1961-1965 Ginger; Class Play 1; A Capella 1,2; A.C.A. 1; Proctor
1,2; Cynosure 1,2,3 Business Manager 4; Numerals 2; "A" Pin 3;
Basketball Varsity 3; Lacrosse Varsity 4; Library Committee 1,2 Chair-
man 3; Fidelio 3,4; Treasurer of A.A.A. 4.
Ginger is rather like a tiger lily and sometimes like a sprig of
heather, but there's also something birchy about her, a bit of spice.
Bertsche is on everything she does. Her ability to lose herself in the
library indicates possible budding genius. Ginger adds a special flavor
to every group of people.
B-e-r-n-s-t-e-i-n, with an ei, not an ie.
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You sure the bus stops at this corner?
1961-1965 Class Play 1,2; A Capella 1,2; Fidelio 3,4; Honor Roll
1,2; Sub Varsity Soccer 2, Varsity 3,4; Sub Varsity Softball 2, Varsity
3,4; Numerals 3; A.C.A. 3; W.U.S. 1, Circle 4; Athletic Charm 3;
"A" Pin 4.
Will someone please come back to the kitchen with me for more
dessert? Oh ho ho. Where are my books? Lost: two Caesars, three
Great Poems, etc., and onlv six pairs of glasses in four years! Hey
people! Guess what!? Emily made it to chapel today! Free meals at the
Characteristics: quiet, individualistic, insatiable tummy, American
EMILY KNIPE BIRDSALL
115 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts
ANN MIDDLETON BRADSHAW
138 West End Avenue, Ridgewood, New Jersey
1962-1965 A Capella 2; New Fidelio 3,4; Choir 3,4; Choir Pianist 3,
4; Sherry Sippers 3,4; Sub-Varsity Tennis 2,3, Varsity 4; Library
Committee 3,4; Photography Club 2,3,4; Proctor 2.
in Maine . . .
for a piano
Skiing in Vermont and sailing
. . . Wednesday-into Boston
Mixers! ... "I hate bugs!"
The woods are lovely, dark and deep.
But I have promises to keep.
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.
It's easy when you get the hang of it.
make some popcorn"
. . . No more P. A.
And now, for my next number
1961-1965 Class Play 2,3; Honor Roll 3; Courant Art Editor 4.
Dramatic Society Chairman 4.
Out of a background of nudes,
Moving through lavender sheets au courant,
She shapes an identity.
With cucumber sandwiches - a spot of blood-a taper —
TONI LYNNE BRAINERD
97 Reservation Road, Andover, Massachusetts
JOAN WILSON BRAZER
.566 Wees Street, New Canaan, Connecticut
1962-1965 Hockey Varsity 3; Tennis Varsity 3; Cheerleader 2,3,4;
A. A. A. 3; A.C.A. 3; Varsity Pennant 3; Sunday School Teacher 3,4;
Current Events Club 4; Library Committee 4; Numerals 4.
A Clomp, Clomp, Clomp.
Deep Steel blue eyes,
Set in a visage far away,
Suddenly explodes — ignited
By the Spark of friendship.
Warm beams, and laughter —
Life flames in Joannie.
Dear Mom, army life isn't really so bad.
Wait, / haven't got to the punchline yet.
1961-1965 A Capella 1,2; Tennis Varsity 1,2,3; Soccer Varsity
2.4, Sub-Varsity 3; Class President 1; Class Song Leader 1,2,3,4;
Ski Club 2; Numerals 3; Fidelio 3,4; Choir 3,4; Sherry Sippers
President 3,4; President of A. A. A. 4.
Sherman House, meet the Daff, gueetarist first degree.
Tony, Timmy, Ted and Jeff, and F with Mrs. De.
Third floor French, and winter walks. Wose, and Marf, and male.
Curse that girl, the fire escape, and the Doc is put in jail.
Pate de foie, and Axilla Room mood, the faculty room dessous.
The Sherry's pres., and cyclop's "friend", but "am I boring you?"
Busy, busy with new strums too— he teaches Bible and's related to you?!
Tho' not an academic grind, Daff's aesthetically inclined.
LUCINDA LEE BUXTON
193 East Rock Road, New Haven, Connecticut
70 rue Charles Laffitte, Neuilly/Sur Seine, France
1963-1965 — Claudette is the typical example of Parisian so-
phistication and suaveness. Her beckoning smile, mystic blue eyes,
and coquettish dress have gained her the reputation of "Man-killer,
Sr." around the Ivy-League. Continental characteristics: she's never on
time; she must wear French shoes. Nothing seems to ruffle her air of
savoir-faire except spilt coffee on J.M.'s letter sweater. She's "anti-
pink" and her pet expression is . . . Bull! If she's not writing letters to
"Alex Martinis", you can be sure she's in the phone booth: "Hello
Paris!" A real MARVEL ! ! ! Motto: L'Amour, toujours l'amour.
"Good night, Teddy Bear!'
Thinking of you!
1961-1965 Class Play 1, A Capella 1,2.; Honor Roll 1,2,3; W.l'.S.
1; Proctor 1,2; Varsity- Fencing 2,3; New Fidelio 3; Library- Committee
3.4: Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Sub-Varsity Softball 3; Fidelio.
A petite "Oriental Princess" with raven hair, a winning smile and
twinkling eyes. She likes the "little-girl" look or the simple sophisticat-
ed look in spike-heels. As regular patron of the Honor Roll — you
can always hear her say, "Holy Mackerel! I've got TON'S to do.
wonder if . . . "; a worry wart. When J.S. Bach or philosophical ideas
aren't exploding on the brain, she's thinking of Don, Tom, Ned —
Andover, Exeter, or Harvard. Her mottoes: "chuckle. Laugh like
crazy ! ! Good - nite. Sweet dreams ! ! ! !"
CATHERINE LUISE CHOY
1820 Warner Court, Topeka, Kansas, 66604
Harbor Bluffs Road, Hvannis, Massachusetts
1963-1965 Ally; Debating 3;
Proctor 3; Photography Club
Current Events Club 3,4.
Honor Roll 3; Library Committee 3;
3; Cynosure 3. Editor-in-Chief 4;
Lending and borrowing, so much to do,
New York in the spring and Hvannis, too.
We have to lose weight!
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning,
A friend who excites and is charming.
Griff and a roommate!
What are those scraps covering the floor?
Don't step on that, it's Cynosure!
Let's have no mistakes!
Do we have to go back note?
Life is an enigma. .
1962-1965 Proctor 2; A.C.A. 2; A Capella 2; Honorable Mention 3;
Library Committee 3,4; Class Treasurer 2,4; Fidelio 4; Cynosure 4;
Photography Club 4.
She cracked her shin, and from her mouth
A howl escaped, both north and south
And east and west, 'til all did fear
They'd lost their little Emily dear.
But soon her tears did cease to flow.
She rose ,and in a happy glow,
Of Bufferin she took twice ten,
And Emily was smiles again.
With thrashing arms and stamping feet,
She rocked out — dig that crazy beatl
EMILY WILLIAMS DAVIS
Middle Haddam, Connecticut
HANNAH FORD DEMAREST
5 Scarsdale Road, West Hartford, Connecticut
1962-1965 Chairman of PACBRA; Class President 3,4; Honor Roll
2; Honorable Mention 2,3; Varsity Hockey 2,3,4; Varsity Softball 2;
Numerals 2; New Fidelio 2, Fidelio 3,4; Choir 3,4; Madrigals 3,4.
We came, we went: met friends and parted friends,
Yet there was that moment in between.
Between the dawn of sun and moon,
Day came, laughing blue-eyed.
Blue-bells set off by russet morning,
Dark dawn set against light laughs and cloud-dreams,
Another day, tomorrow-changes,
An still there remains the reassurance of the sameness
Of the earth, our very own universe.
And smiles again to happiness.
I'll meet you at the Inn at 8:00.
/ know something you don't know.
He drew a circle that shut me out-
Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout.
But love and I had the wit to win:
We drew a circle that took him in! — Edwin Markham
Things she says and are said about her:
1. Wende ! !
2. You jail bird - what does it look like from the inside??
3. Boys, you can have em!
ALISON BUNCE DODD
43 Summer Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Blue Mill Road, Morristown, New Jersey
1962-1965 Fidelio 4; Library Committee 3,4, Chairman 4; A Capella
2; Fire Runner 3; Honor Roll 3.
8:00 A. M. "Has the chapel bell rung yet?" "Barb, I think maybe
it has. All the teachers are gone."
8:03 A. M. "We didn't empty the wastebaskets again this morning.
I guess it's my turn to hide them."
8:04 A. M. "Should I put my hair in pigtails, or just stick a head-
band on?" "I don't care, Barb. Let's leave. We're going
to be late."
8:05 A. M. Full speed ahead.
"It says here they sold Abbot!"
For the Snark was a Boojum, you see.
1962-1965 Class Play 2; W.U.S. 2,3; Class President 3; Class
Vice President 2; Honorable Mention 2,3; Current Events Club 3,4;
Head of Demerit Council 4; Vice President of Student Government 4.
It isn't really anywhere! It's somewhere else instead! .... Well,
if I called the wrong number, why did you answer the phone? . . .
because there's something about those southerners? . . . That Frumious
Bandersnatch! . . . Happiness is brushing your teeth for twenty minutes
and misery is discovering that you have used someone else's toothbrush.
"Tom, Tom, the piper's son
He learned to play when he was young
But all the tune that he could play
Was, "Over the hills and far away."
Tennyson Avenue, Nashua, New Hampshire
205 Main Street, Woodland, Maine
1961-1965 A Capella 1,2; Photography Club 3; Bazaar Committee
Chairman 3; W.U.S. 3; New Fidelio 3: Fidelio 3; Debating 3,4; Varsity
Hockey 3,4; Sherry Sippers 3,4; Cheerleaders 3,4.
"He called me blond?! - But Marf, What'll we do about our bottle
collection? — I know, I should stay out of infirmaries, keep away
from Boiler Rooms, and watch out for Latins. — P.A. vespers, and
The prom. — Oh, I have nothing against Maine, but that Miami . . .—
But why should this kind of music make you sad? — Always going or
coming in train stations — No Girl-Next-Door looks could flatter a
gym suit like that — Just stay calm, collected, and Cool."
A mere bump on the bannister of time.
But, Miss Ritchie, why can't I play?
1962-1965 A Capella 2; Softball Varsity 2,3; Basketball Varsity 3,4;
Field Hockey Sub-varsity 3, Varsity 4; Numerals 3; "A" Pin 3; Library
Committee 3,4; Current Events Club 3,4; Caesar 3,4; Cynosure Board 4;
Vice-President of A. A. A. 4; Archaeological Club 4.
Happiness is a hockey stick, or basketball or baseball glove, and SO
Broken Bones. Happiness is a bike ride and healthy knees. Happiness
is being a Griffin — and a good one, too. "Happiness is friendship:
"A friend is someone who likes you . . . Someone who smiles at
you in a special way."
Deryl is a friend.
DERYL MARLICE FLEMING
Cowles Road, Woodbury, Connecticut
ELIZARETH CAULDWELL FOOTE
Cornwall Rridge, Connecticut
1961-1965 Class Play 1,2,3; A Capella 2; Numerals 3; Class
Treasurer 3; Prom Committee 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3;
Proctor 3.4; Fidelio 3,4; Varsity Softball 3; Varsity Soccer 3; Circle 4.
"You're a devil at everything;
and there's no kind of thing in the
versatile world but what you can
turn your hand to." — Cervantes
"I'm nobody! Who are you?
Are you nobody, too?
Then there's a pair of us — don't tell!
They'd banish us, you know." — Emily Dickenson
How do you spell your name?
Ten demerits AND NO Saturday callers?
1962-1965 Dar; A Capella 2; Honor Roll 2; Cynosure 2,3,4; Debat-
ing 2,3,4; Tennis Varsity 3; Photography Club 3; Bazaar Committee
Chairman 3; Fidelio Librarian 4; Sherry Sippers 3,4; Co-Editor in
Chief of the Circle 4.
"And what you want is to give more than you can get . . .
And nothing can harm you — unless you change yourself into
a thing of harm nothing can harm you" — Carl Sandburg
51 Buttonwood Lane, Darien, Connecticut
ELIZABETH HEYBURN GAMBLE
1303 Delaware Avenue, Wilmington, Delaware
1961-1965 Junior Class Play 2; Numerals 3; Cynosure Staff 2,3,4;
Chapel Proctor 2.
"Robin" . , . "Come with me, to the sea" — Summer '64 . . .
GOLDWATER GIRL . . . Prep Year Probation . . . Chorale 1,2,3,4
. . . "Here Jesse" . . . Sheep Dog Look . . . Preppy?! . . . Parli-
ments in a Benson-Hedges box- "That's class!" . . . Lacrosse on the
beach . . . Vermont and Horses . . . "Polly, where's my RADIO?" . . .
Little Miss Sundial . . . "I'll pay you 25c to set breakfast" . . . Con-
federate Flags from 6 miles south of Mason-Dixon line . . . "No,
Delaware is NOT a part of Maryland!" . . . Mysterious signs and
mysterious boy friend . . . "But Miss Smith, that's ridiculous!"
"Close the DOOR, people" . . . "G'bye y'all."
What do you mean, there's no GREAT
You are getting sleepy, sleepy .
1961-1965 Betsy; Debating 1; Vice President of Class 1; Fidelio
3,4; Choir 3,4; A.C.A. Treasurer 4; Soccer Varsity 4.
Titian beauty, regal bearing,
Stewart plaid is what she's wearing.
Laughter is her high-held banner.
Super friendly is her manner.
The Harvard game-four is a Sprite???
Her singing is a pure delight,
From timid Prep to Chapel talks.
From bike, to car, to country walks,
She made us smile, she cured our frets.
Happiness, your name is Bets.
ELIZABETH MARIE GIBLIN
5 Hidden Road, Andover, Massachusetts
GAIL JUDITH GOLDSTEIN
96 Cottage Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts
1962-196.5 Goldy; Class Play 2; Debating 3,4; A Capella 2; Honor
Roll 2; Honorable Mention 3; Hockey Varsity 3,4; Numerals 4; A.C.A.
3; Library Committee 3,4; Photography Club 3; Cynosure Feature
Editor 4; Griffin Cheerleader 2,3,4; Current Events Club.
Anatomy of Package:
1. Mouth — for talking, and sometimes eating
2. Heart — for understanding people's problems
3. Brain — for concocting alibis and studying (?)
4. Hands — for fidgeting, and occasionally writing
5. Legs — for playing hockey, dancing, and visiting after lights
6. Spirit, lots of it — especially for the Griffins
"Don't good things come in small packages?"
But Mrs. Ellis — I did clean it this morning!
1962-1965 Class Play 2,3; Library Committee 3,4; Current Events
Club 3,4; Photography Club 3,4; Honorable Mention 2; Bazaar Com-
mittee Chairman 3; Church Leader 4; A.C.A. Skit 4.
C. Faye . . . "They've been mooching again — all my popcorn too!
. . . Third Floor ... It takes all night! . . . Eric's got the mumps! . . .
Good grief — how immoral! . . . neat and cool . . . I've shrunk! . . .
My P. A. boy . . . Those prom pictures! . . . Dr. Chausable . . . split
ends . . . I'm cutting my hair — again!" . . . "Little Innocent" . . .
Door prize at Exeter . . . chips and oysters . . . Jolly Green Pigmy . . .
"It's raining in Harvard Square."
CAROLYN FAYE GREEN
11 Ocean Avenue, Marblehead, Massachusetts
LAURA JEAN HALFORD
River Street, Norwell, Massachusetts
1962-1965 Class Play 2; Debating 2; New Fidelio 2; A Capella
2; Choir 3,4; Fidelio 3,4; Language Laboratory Proctor 4
Junior year unofficial fire drill . . . Elizabethan anything . . .
"Don't stay up too late, dear" . . . illegal tea . . . coftee jello and
worse on April fool's . . . 222 and 224 . . . crumpets and companion-
ship . . . Whistler's daughter . . . forever singing . . . strange old books
. . . bluejeans and "Greensleeves."
Dost sometimes counsel take— sometimes tea.
This is innocence?
"Wherever she is there is sun
and time and a sweet air
Peace is there
Work done." —
Brown eyes . . . Full of surprise.
Analyst and confidante . . . third floor transplant . . .
Hair as black as darkest night . . . California slang . . . "Are you
serious!?!?" . . . Abbot ... a brave, new world . . .
"— Ah, but the fresher faces! 'Is it true,' "Thou'lt ask, 'some eyes
are beautiful and new?' 'Some hair — how can one choose but grasp
such wealth?' " —
CLAUDIA MARIE HALL
68 Kearney Street, Manchester, New Hampshire
SUSAN CAPEHART HARNEY
Ovre Ullern Terrasse 42, Oslo, Norway
1962-1965 A Capella 2; Honor Roll 2,3; Honorable Mention 3;
W.U.S. 3; Library Committee 3; Proctor 2; Photography Club 3,4;
Current Events Club 3; Entertainment Committee 3,4.
"... You weave high-hearted, singing, singing
You guard the threads of love and Friendship
For noble figures in gold and purple.
And long after other eyes can see
You have woven a moon-white strip of cloth,
You laugh in your strength, for Hope o'erlays it
With shapes of love and beauty." — Edgar Lee Masters
But you must wear your rue with a
"Mother please — I'd rather do it myself!"
1962-1965 Bina; Class Play 1;
4; Drama Workshop 2,4; Courant
a flush of blond hair moves by
in moving remains serene
and even gentle
moving towards a book
a thought of cheeriness
a thought for the necessary
of a song
or anything else
A Capella 1,2; Choir
1,2, Editor-in-Chief 4;
DELIA-MARIA C. HAYES
Phillips Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Route 25-A, East Norwich, Long Island, New York
1962-1965 Toney; Fire Lieutenant 3; Honorable Mention 3; Chapel
Attendance Taker 2,3.
Slow smile . . . hurried conferences in the mail room with Bee . . .
shiny, swinging hair . . . "Let's just nip in here for a minute" . . .
alone in New York, TOGETHER! . . . "Love me, love my dogs" . . .
banged-up legs . . . "How about going into Boston to see some more
movies?" ... A Friend indeed.
For those who think young . .
1962-1965 Debating 2,3; A Capella 2;
Club 2,3,4; Vice-President of Class 3; Bazaar
3; Fidelio 4; President of A.C.A.
A.C.A. 2; Photography
"She looks exactly like a broom," said Ellen, walking in the room,
And sitting down upon my chair, began to curl her curly hair.
But screamed as in the mirror bright, she saw a most amazing sight:
A three-leg dog in Princeton banner approached her in alarming
And Ellen, fainting on the bed, a final faint "Aooga" said.
And to this day she might be dead if she had not been rescued
ELLEN FOSTER HUNTINGTON
73 Allison Road Princeton, New Jersey
JOANNE PAUL HYDE
85 Marbleridge Road, North Andover, Massachusetts
1961-1965 A Capella 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Numerals 4; A.C.A.;
Fidelio 3,4; Circle Board 4; 1st team Softball 2.
Who's that yelling, what's the noise
Oh, it's Hyde, she's slashing boys
Eternal laughter, never a frown
How can anyone be such a clown?
She's a famous producer and a cigarette lighter
A lover of song with a jab like a fighter
She dashes about, always something to do
Greeting more friends both old and new.
Short skirt? Not really.
Just seventeen . . . you know what I mean
1961-1965 Class Play 1; Cynosure Photography Staff 3; Bazaar
Committee Chairman 3; Photography Club 4; Circle Board 4.
O there were lights and laughter
And the motions to and fro
Of people as they go . . .
And there were many voices
Vying at the feast,
But mostly I remember
Yours — who spoke the least. — Witter Bynner
But laughed the most!
MARGRIT RUTH KRAKAUER
9 George Street, Andover, Massachusetts
JESSIE LOUISE KURZON
75 North Main Street, Uxbridge, Massachusetts
1963-1965 WUS Representative 4; Gargoyle Cheerleader 3,4;
Fidelio 4; Fire Runner 4; Honorable Mention 3, Honor Roll 3; Soccer
A place for everything and . . . another Kurzon on the front page
. . . Fourth floor French philosophers . . . "Guess what? I'm in love"
. . . The little one who says she can get in for half price . . . "So what
if he's married?" . . . Roses and candy with love from ... II faut voir
avec le coeur . . . Champagne, candlelight, and . . . Steven . . .
'And a Happy New Year to you, too . . ."
•Hello Dolly ..."
1962-1965 Betsy; A Capella 2; New Fidelio 2, Fidelio 3,4; Honor
Roll 2,3; Class Secretary 2,3,4; Proctor 3; Griffin Cheerleader 2,3,4;
Current Events Club 3,4.
She digs in her garden
With a shovel and a spoon,
She weeds her lazy lettuce
By the light of the moon,
She walks up the walk
Like a woman in a dream,
She forgets she borrowed butter
And pays you back cream! — Edna St. Vincent Millay
ELIZABETH BONTECOU LAGE
Boston Post Road, Madison, Connecticut
BARBARA HOLMES LAWTON
Washington Boulevard, Oswego, New York
1963-1965 Debating 3; Library Committee 3,4; Sunday School
Teacher 4; Current Events Club 4.
Barb, Barbie . . . the yellow halls . . . double whammy . . . OsWEgo
... a depressing day . . . "Bahbaha, wheah is youh bathwobe?!" . .
"Sloth!" . . . Ridge Acres has trees! . . . anything but orange, yellow,
and brown . . . vile . . . "further demonstrating the lack of communi-
cation" . . . the twelves . . . that curly, warm brown hair . . . Emo-
tions . . . number 373: Bleeding Feet . . . Bazarov was a man . . .
barking dogs . . . three strikes and you're out with the brainy B's . . .
Abbot is EASY . . . eleven o'clock tweed.
Oh, 1 was just BORS standing here.
'Any time .
1962-1965 Leigh; Class Secretary 2; Debating 2,3; Honor Roll 2,3;
Class Treasurer 3; Proctor 2,3,4; W.U.S. 2,3, Vice-President 4; Library
Committee 3,4; Cynosure 2,3, Copy Manager 4.
"Oh where is it ... I know I left it here ... If someone took it"
Runs up to third floor Abbey. "Who took it? . . . You guys, I can't find
Jonnie's sweater . . . He's gonna kill me . . . two tie clips, the ring,
and now this . . . But I'm just a little kid — I want my sweater . . .
'Stead, have you seen Fleetfeet? . . . Who Wussed away my Sweater?
... As Demerit Council ..."
Five days later: No, No, No . . . (hysterical giggle) It's in the closet."
LANGDON HUNT LEARNED
38 Canterbury Hill, Topsfield, Massachusetts
SARAH CHOATE MASSENGALE
130 Goodwives River Road, Darien, Connecticut
1963-1965 Hockey Sub-Varsity 3; Debating 4; Current Events Club
3,4; W.U.S. 4.
RECIPE: Stewed Massengale
Take: glasses, skinny face, two mended legs, a little body, one red
hat. Sift all together (carefully, please).
Cream in: a rarely used desk and one record player constantly
blaring Beach Boys and Kingsmen.
Bake in the infirmary for 6-7 weeks or until done.
Let cool in Draper for a year and a half. When cool, frost with
Yield: ("funniest thing") pseudo-surfer.
'Look Ma, no cavities!"
"Need your wig warmed?"
1961-1965 A Capella 1,2; A.C.A. 1,2; Varsity Soccer 2,3; Softball
Sub-Varsity 2; Numerals 2; Class Vice-President 2; W.U.S. 3; Fidelio
3,4; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; "A" Pin 3; Choir 3,4; President
of Day Students 4.
"How many humble hearts have dipped in you,
And scrawled their manuscriptl
Have shared their secrets, told their cares,
Their curious and quaint affairs!" — Christopher Morley
NANCY SCHOFJELD McARDLE
47 Central Street, Andover, Massachusetts
ANNE STONE McDERMOTT
89 Knox Street, Lawrence Massachusetts
1961-1965 Class Play 1; A Capella 2; A.C.A. 2; WUS 3; Current
Events Club 4; Circle 4.
Get up, lazybones, here is another Day:
(Orange and Green Striped Socks perhaps,
Or Yellow Hose, such as those of Malvolio's.)
Ho hum, classes.
On the window seat with the afternoon
And books and cushions and Sunlight and Daydreams.
"Well, next Saturday we're going to Boston. That should be nice,
Don't you think?"
Hmm . . .
Evening, then night time, and Deep Quiet Thoughts
"It's nice to go to sleep when you can hear the Rain."
"Well, I never would have believed it!'
"Let's see, the amount of energy equals . . ."
1962-1965 A Capella 2; W.U.S. Representative 3; President of
W.U.S. 4; Library Committee 3,4; Photography Club 3,4; Sunday
School Teacher 3; Current Events Club 3.
Don't you have the waste paper baskets in your room? They're in
the closet. What happened to Lee's clock? It's in the closet. Where's
Barb's blanket? In the closet. Where's Baba and Teddy? In the closet.
Where's the radio? In the closet. Where's Lee's typewriter? In the closet.
Where's her history book, 17 pens, and 2 packs of paper? In the closet.
Where's Lee . . . ?
MARTHA ANN MOCK
801 Elm Street Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
ALLISON CONSTANCE MORRILL
311 Glendalyn Place, Spartanburg, South Carolina
A Capella 2;
Debating 2,3,4; Current Events Club 4; Class Play 2,3;
Fidelio 3,4; Choir 4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Vice-President of
She's the "red-head" wearing the madras dress
And clutching her violin tightly.
She's on her way to P. A. again,
Late — but only slightly.
She's got the ivy league disease,
Each weekend's spent with a beau.
Shp cares for plants and reads about Pooh.
(When here she's a grind, you know!)
So if this description seems funny,
It's not. After all, this is Sunny.
Calm amid chaos.
The fastest draw in the west.
1963-1965 Varsity Hockey 3; Library Committee 4; Fire Runner 4;
Sunday School Teacher 3,4; Current Events Club 4.
"time for a little something"
Livi . . . Beaches . . . those Saturday leaves . . . "what cars?! . . .
but you know my luck, I'd get caught" . . . Olive and Pickles . . .
that notorious weekend . . . the Cleopatra look . . . social failure? . . .
Exeter banner . . . Belmont Hill — someday . . . "I've got so much
work to do" . . . 5:00 a.m. alarms . . . obey that impulse.
OLIVIA DEBOLT MOTCH
R.R. #1, New Richmond, Ohio
POLLY VANDERFORD OSBORN
140 Beach Bluff Ave., Swampscott, Massachusetts
1962-1965 Class Play 2; A Capella 3; Proctor 2,3; Sunday School
Teacher 3,4; Current Events Club 3.
Out upon it, I have loved
Three whole days together;
And am like to love three more,
If it prove fair weather." Anonymous
"Friendship — so deep to be thought of
everlasting gold wrought of
too dear to be bought of —
and yet given at the price of a smile, a word,
a thought clasped in agreement." Anonymous
'It's been snowing a lot lately
'Hey, you're rocking the boat.'
1961-1965 Class Play 1; Softball Varsity 2,3,4; Tennis Varsity 2,3,4;
Numerals 2; "A" Pin 3; Athletic Charm 2,3; Gargoyle Team Captain
4; A.A.A. 3; W.U.S. 2; Vice-President of Class 1; Cynosure 2,3,4;
Photography Club 4.
"An honesty unfeigned,
A heart unchained,
A madness well restrained." — Christopher Morley
Likes: sailing up in Maine, sugarless gum, sports
Dislikes: boys, down Maine
Known for: high-pitched giggle, green bookbag, library' cubby hole,
104 Hidden Road, Andover, Massachusetts
KATHRYN JANE PLATZ
99 Grandview Avenue, Auburn, Maine
1963-1965 Debating 3; President of Debating 4; Secretary of Class
3; Fire Lieutenant 4; Drama Workshop 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Bazaar
Executive Board 3.
Kathy . . . Sun Worshipper . . . Favorite Color: Kelley Green . . .
"It's about the ..."... "One of the cooler guys" . . . "Oh, Barbara,
please ask your mother to send those cookies" . . . "Okay you
guys, now cool it" . . . "Sarah, will you shut that door!" . . . Debating,
skiing, and drama . . . "Not that it's my record player or radio or
anything" . . . "Do you think I'm getting thinner?" . . . NO!!
'But of course!"
1962-1965 Class Play 2; A Capella 3; W.U.S. 3; Varsity- Softball
3; Photography 2,3,4; Bazaar Executive Committee 3; Class Vice-
President 3; Secretary of Student Government 4.
Once upon a special time a smiling young Anne Ra-hilly was bom
in a field of Tiger lillies. Ben from New Joisey (at east side west
side) brought her to Abbot where she attracted desirous Tewksbury
boys and Joe Bazooka. Anne and Abbey sang "Burma" and Puff"
with the uke, her baby. Anne and Ellen were caught in the Rye by
term papers and prom memories, but she snecked them up and she
rocked out ah-ou-ga-ing ever since — still smiling . . . with apologies
to George, Marlon, and the gang.
ANNE LAWRENCE RAHILLY
335 Woodland Avenue. Westfield, New Jersey
CAROL ANN REISCHE
61 North Street, Manchester, New Hampshire
1963-1965 Debating 3; A.C.A. 3; Library Committee 3; Current
Events Club 3; Assistant Editor of Courant 4; Circle Board 4; Enter-
tainment Co-Chairman 3,4; Archaeology Club President 4.
"So all their praises are but prophecies
Of this our time, all you prefiguring;
And, for they looked but with divining eyes,
They had not skill enough your worth to sing!
For we, which now behold these present days,
Have eyes to wonder, but lack tongues to praise."
— William Shakespeare
Would you like to see my spider collection?
'Popcorn? . . . I don't smell any popcorn!'
1962-1965 Class Play 2; A Capella 2; Proctor 3; Softball Varsity 3;
Hockey Sub-Varsity 3, Varsity 4; Fidelio 3,4; Photography Club 3,4;
Library Comittee 3,4; Sherry Sippers 3,4; Numerals 4.
Longest hair in the school ... "I hate to be an I-told-you-so, but!"
. . . Ohio and India . . . loyalties divided between Andover and Exeter
. . . Franklin ice cream ... "I know what you're going to say, so
just don't say it." . . . hockey and Softball always for the Griffins
. . . nurses' training ahead . . . train rides to Toledo ... an old, old
friend at Brooks . . . "Bwadshaw!!!"
REBECCA RUTH REYNOLDS
Lalit Kung Society, Navrangpura, Alimedabad 9, India
CATHERINE BAYNE RICE
Box 710, Borger, Texas
1963-1965 Debating 3; New Fidelio 3, Fidelio 4; Choir 4; Griffin
Cheerleader 3,4; Griffin Team Captain 4; Modern Dance Teacher 3,4.
"Dancer, singer, a laughing passionate lover." — Sandburg
Cambridge is her destination.
Dancing is her occupation.
Jelly doughnuts by the peck.
In the morning she's a wreck.
"Magic between the sugar and spice." — Elinor Wylie
'Did somebody say Cambridge?"
Far, far away
And, gentle in their manner, they
Do bold things in a quiet way.
ANTOINETTE BEATRICE ROCHE
41 Avenida Avila Altamira, Caracas, Venezuela
MELISSA CORINNE SCOTT
Stuyvesant Oval, New York, New York
1963-1965 Missi; Class Play 3; Honor Roll 3; Fidelio 4.
Greenwich Village anarchist. Die Wanderungen — hospitals and army
camps, interns and second lieutenants, protest songs on the guitar.
"Think I'll hop a freight to Cincinnati."
"Four strong winds that blow lonely, seven seas that run high ..."
"Small pleasures, small pleasures, who would deny us these?" White
Austin Healeys and black nightgowns . . . long earrings . . . black lace
stockings and pink ribbons . . . platinum nail polish . . . the ingenue
look — windblown hair and pierced ears . . . the color — white for purity!
"Now for tonight's freedom rally
'But of course Goldwater will win."
1962-1965 Class Play 2; A Capella 2; Fidelio 3,4; Honor Roll 2,3;
Library Committee 3,4; Proctor 2,3; Sherry Sippers 3,4; Circle 4;
Cynosure 3,4; Current Events Club 3, President 4.
"Wait for me, I'll go with you." "I've just got to get my hair cut."
"I'm NOT a Mainiac, I wasn't born there." "I'd love to, but I have
to go study." A place for everything, and everything in its place. "Isn't
that cool!" "Have to go to the current events meeting now."
KAREN WOODBRIDGE SMITH
328 Blackstrap Road, Falmouth, Maine
SUSAN GROVE SPANGLER
1100 Reading Boulevard, Wyomissing, Pennsylvania
1962-1965 Class Play 2; A Capella 2; Sunday School Teacher 2,3,4;
Fidelio 3,4; Library Committee 4; Proctor 4; Photography Club 4,
Parents' Weekend Play 4.
"Tank." The Reverend Mr. Black. Chocolate pretzels. Ray. Horseback
riding and the bubonic plague. "I don't like to fly." Telephone calls
from Exeter. Cow eyes and tipped hair. Tanker Overdue. THE Proctor.
Chesty and . . . French records. Telephone calls to Mercersburg. Michael,
"taught us all we know."
"Me? . . . never!"
'Every school has a resident bully who is"
1963-1965 Tunket; Class Play 3; Drama Workshop 3,4.
The svelte, blonde, peaches-and-cream skinned girl sat watching the
greatest play of the year, "Papa Tor." More than anything did she
want to be up there acting, for this was a wonderful gift, a marvelous
talent for acting. She had brought her knitting with her, the sweater
for — oops! who is it for this time? The scene changed from the heroine's
boudoir where she was meticulously setting her hair to the scene of
culprits in the boiler room. The curtain closed — intermission. The
sponsors took over — one for "Lavender and Pink" and the other, oddly
enough, for baked beans weeping on the Willows. Alas! the hour of
departing arrived. The ghost writer rode off into the sunset.
MARTHA LEE SPAULDING
35 Stephen Drive, Pleasantville, New York
KATHERIXE EUGENIA STAPLES
Hemlock Road, Hanover, New Hampshire
1962-1965 Class play 2, Honorable Mention 3; A.C.A. 3; W.U.S. 2;
New Fidelio 2,3; Fidelio 3,4; Choir 3; President of Choir 4; Circle 4;
Courant 3; Photography Club President 4; Archaeology Club 4.
"I dwell in a lonely house I know
That vanished many a summer ago
And left no trace but the cellar walls,
And a cellar in which the daylight falls,
And the purple-stemmed wild raspberries grow."
Abbot Female Seminary — "no trespassing!"
You'd better believe it, sweetheart.
1963-1965 Debating 3; Fidelio 4; Library Committee 3; Sunday
School Teacher 4; Griffin Cheerleader 3,4; Current Events Club 3,4.
Cici . . . actually and obviously . . . Who sins more? . . . yellow
shirts . . . onward and upward . . ."Should I pierce my ears?" . . .
prophesies for daily living . . . "It sorta makes you want to shout" . . .
the short apple tree . . . "Hurry up, Barbara" . . . luncheon . . .
shredded-fig-leaf . . . the Raggedy duh doll . . . green hair . . . the
massive missive . . . Abbot is EASY . . . "So long. Sweetness."
ALICA ROBILLARD STILLMAN
Ridge Acres Road, Darien, Connecticut
KATHERINE LYNN STOVER
2304 Sheridan Boulevard, Lincoln, Nebraska
1963-1965 Class Play 3; Debating 3,4; Library Committee.
Senior-Mid: Kathy, from the Midwest, was lonely until she met a
fellow Nebraskan from Stimson House at P. A. One day after buying
for quite a while, she was told he climbed trees. Hysterically
laughing, she and her raincoat took a bath. The blond Cecily will
never forget the Andover Prom; neither will her seamstress but
that "sounds dreadful" and Kathy isn't.
Senior: P.A. plus Stimson equals Stanford. All is not lost as the house-
master at Stimson is a family friend and the year shows promise.
Every morning: "Hey, you two, it's 7:00." She hears people out-
side all the time . . . dreaming of her mounds of mail and the
wind whistling across Nebraska? Good luck, Kathy!
You should see what's on the other side!
"Oh, how I hate dieting!"
1963-1965 New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Choir 4; Secretary of A.C.A. 4.
"A little work, a little play,
To keep us going — and so, good day!
A little warmth, a little light
Of love's bestowing — and so, good-night!
A little fun, to match the sorrow
Of each day's growing — and so, good morrow!" George Du
190 East 72nd Street, New York, New York
14675 Horseshoe Drive, Saratoga, California
1963-1965 Proctor 3; Photography Club 3;
Current Events Club 4; A.C.A. 4.
Demerit Council 3;
Alias — Barb, Barbie
Physical description — height: 5'5", weight: unlimited (even
Stu-G can't find that out), eyes: brown, roving for surfers,
not skateboarders, hair: brown to blonde to blonder
Identifying characteristics — baby blue crew socks, ear tuned to
the Beach Boys, "Last night I dreamed about ..."
Pet peeves — New England weather, 11:00 lights, snotty P.A.
boys, "Does she or doesn't she?"
Last seen — Coffee Mill, P.A., or Ice Cream walk
"Ichabod, it's been a hard day.'
1963-1965 Honorable Mention 3; Current Events Club 4.
I had the most dreadful moming— I flunked an English test, flubbed
up my Latin translation . . . But the thought of your smiling face
brightened up my day. I just adore men with freckles and that thatch
of red hair really kills me. As I sat in study hall tracing pictures I
kept seeing your deep blue eyes. Alas, I must leave to wash my hair,
per usual. Be good.
ROSEMARY CATHARINE SULLIVAN
91 Concord Street, Nashua, New Hampshire
KAREN MARIE SWENSON
16 Auburn Street, Concord, New Hampshire
1962-1965 Class Play 2; Honor Roll 2; A Capella 2; Class Treasurer
2; New Fidelio 3, Fidelio 4; Library Committee 3,4.
In days of mold when nights were cold, there lived a distressed
damzel, Karen of DuBarry. Cocoanuts, the local witch, had cast an
evil spell on Karen, restraining her from rocking out with George and
the boys. But Karen, mincy girl that she was, ran off to better grounds,
via Marlboro country. Rodding on her trusty bike, Karen searched for
happiness. A noble prince, Sam, found her and desired her. Alas, Karen
was even more distressed! She often ran into Sir Hoodsie Diksie on
his steel gray steed and his court jestors, Marlen and the Nose. But
true-blue Sam, never faithful, smeashed out Hoodsie, friends, and Hinks.
They lived ever after. May the dragon smile on them.
Wednesday's child-loving and giving
1961-1965 Choir 1,2,3,4; A Capella 1,2; Class Play 2; Tennis Varsity
2; A.C.A. 2; Class Treasurer 2; Fidelio 3,4 — President 4; Sherry
Sippers 3,4; Drama Workshop 3.4.
Prep: short, curly hair. Naive dreamer. Saturday afternoon "discussions"
across the hall. Always singing.
Junior: long hair. Still dreamer . . . not so naive — David and Lisa
meet. Holly Go-lightly. Still singing.
Senior-mid: long hair with bangs. Idealistic dreamer. Always in the
wrong bathroom. EXERCISE & DIETS galore! Parties, Young
starlet. Strange letters from up the hill. Still singing and dancing.
N'ever seen without a book in one hand.
Senior: straight hair — still carrying book and singing. Dreams come true.
Weekends with bad boy and company.
Pleasant Street, Bass River, Massachusetts
ANNA ELIZABETH THAL
79 Sunset Rock Road, Andover, Massachusetts
Anna is a combination of opposites. She either sits brooding
or talks machine-gun fashion. French is fun, but biology is de-
spaired of. Her room is full of goldfish who subsist entirely on flat
Norweigian bread. Also, there are traces of mouldy cheese. Although
her Latin vocabulary' is annoyingly large, Anna is a good friend and
a boon companion.
7 made this just for you .
"... and my date was this high."
1962-1965 Debating 2; A Capella 2; Honor Roll 2; Fidelio 3,4;
Library Committee 4; Photography Club 3,4; Bazaar Committee Chair-
man 3; Sunday School Teacher 2,3,4; Cynosure Business Board 4.
I have been chewing bubble gum, acting cheerful and friendly,
limping, taking Saturday leaves, going to Exeter, growing my bangs —
"I have been laughing, I have been carousing,
Drinking late, sitting late with my bosom cronies." — Charles Lamb
WENDY ANN TRENEER
1805 Greenleaf Boulevard, Elkhart, Indiana
ROSEMARY CAVERLY TYLER
St. Paul's School, Concord, New Hampshire
1961-1965 Class Secretary 1; A.C.A. 1,2; W.U.S. 1,2; A Capella 2;
Class President 2; Social Representative 3; Prom Committee 3,4; Fidelio
4; Cynosure Managing Editor 4. Vice-President of Class 4.
For that elephant ate all night, and that elephant ate all day. Do
what we could to furnish more food, the cry was still "more hay" . . .
misery is when you have two jars of peanut butter and nothing (?)
to wash it down . . . you meet the NICEST people in a VW . . .
Gentle men ALWAYS seem to remember blondes, LAUGHING blondes
. . . the happy wanderer . . . sensitive youth, to itself rebels . . . She
carries the sun in a golden cup and the moon in a silver bag.
J got 'im! — and then it all started.
,*f ^ i
Here's mud in your eye.
1963-1965 Photography Club 3,4.
"Even- night before I go to sleep I have my own private movies.
That's how I get to sleep. I make them up about boys. Sometimes It's
boys I know and sometimes it's not. It's fun. And when I fall asleep
too quickly, I feel cheated out of my movies. But since it's the only
way I can fall asleep, I do it anyway."
And we say "Good night Suz — and sweet dreams."
SUSAN CARRINGTON VANDERLINDE
10 Rope Ferry Road, Hanover, New Hampshire
LESLIE SUSAN VEASEY
22 Eastland Terrace, Haverhill, Massachusetts
1963-1965 Class play 3; Varsity tennis 3; Photography Club 3;
Sunday School Teacher 4; Current Events Club 4.
"I met a little Elf-man once,
Down where the lilies blow,
I asked him why he was so small
And why he didn't grow.
He slightly frowned, and with his eye
He looked me through and through.
"I'm quite as big for me," said he,
"As you are big for you." — John Bargs
'My Funny Valentine"
Tomahawking is an extracurricular activity?
1962-1965 Class Play 2,3; A Capella 2; Library Committee 3,4;
Photography Club 2,3,4; Proctor 3; Demerit Council 3; Sunday School
Teacher 2,3,4; Current Events Club 3,4.
Cherokee Sioux . . . Sioux . . . Exeter . . . third floor . . . "John"
on the bathroom door . . . Mona Lisa . . . tracks across the circle
... I got him on the thirty-seventh try .. . "The Astronauts" . . .
spelling notebook . . . Aspen . . .History of Art in the closet . . .
"If at first you don't succeed" . . . water ballet . . . gum wrappers
. . . white Levis . . . Denver Prud — Rocky Mt. Herald . . . "Dress-as-
you-go" mornings . . . Captain of the Abbot Swim Team . . . hand knit
sweaters . . . ahayeagahahhyzechagabado after Achievements . . .
SUSAN FULLER VOORHEES
170 Downing Street, Denver, Colorado
MARGARET ROSE WARSHAW
16 Carisbrooke Street, Andover, Massachusetts
1961-1965 Maggie; Class Play 1,2; A Capella 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3;
W.U.S. 2; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Fidelio 4; Vice-President
and Treasurer of Day Students 4; Assistant Editor of Courant 4; Co-
Editor in Chief of the Circle 4.
Tact? Charm? Wit? Grace? . . . intellectual curiosity . . . BRBBDS
(Better Relations Between Boarders and Day Students) . . . hockey
roll-ins . . . Warshaw! Watson! and Wies! ... A pixie haircut (that
subtle elf look) ... to strive, to seek, to find, and then to wonder . . .
"Well at least somebody noticed" . . . and for your birthday, a lovely
can of fruit cocktail . . . founder of the reciprocal food trade agreement
. . . "But, but, but, your honor, I'm a good driver!"
'Dinner was awful!"
You say you were smoking unintentionally?
1962-1965 Class Play 2; W.U.S. 2; Class President 2; A Capella 2;
Debating 3; Honor Roll 3; Lacrosse Varsity 3; Cynosure 3; Proctor 3;
Bazaar Executive Board 3; Fidelio 4; President of Student Govern-
Thrice upon a time, there was a girl named Bulbie Wartson who, in
terms of pills, was a hypochondriac. Consequently, every morning after
hanging a can of fruit cocktail out the window, to dry along side of
pickles, she would grab her little yellow bucket and hop into the
shower in an outfit from Bonwit Teller's. By working very hard in
Wyoming, she attained the goal she had always worked for; eating
apricots out of paper cans, followed by a good strong shot of pure prune
"Still with his eyes on the world. Christopher Robin put out a
hand." — A. A. Milne
SARAH ANN WATSON
64 Woodridge Drive, New Canaan, Connecticut
Ames Hill, West Brattleboro, Vermont
1963-1965 Debating 3; Library Committee 3,4; Episcopalian Sunday
School Teacher 3,4; Current Events 4.
A thin dark-haired girl is muy espanola. Joan Baez? No, not
quite, but different she is. She thinks pomegranates are "in there"
and cool; She likes stop signs, and wears ribbons and hats (But
only when listening to "Harlem Nocturne"! She talks in circles and
lives the same way — Dreams of Denver and beaches and spring
term at P. A.
Seven, Eleven or Doubles
1962-1965 Heidi; Class Play 2; Honor Roll 2,3; Varsity Fencing 3;
Library Committee 3.
The silence of French House is broken by a bell ringing. One bed
creaks and suddenly there is the crash of a pillow descending. "Wake!
For the sun who scatter'd into flight the Stars before it from the Field
of Night drives Xight along with them from Heav'n." Having reassured
herself that her roommate has not slept through the bell, she gets
Someone enters a senior-mid room. "Heidi, it's time for reports.
"Ugh!" How's your term paper?" Equally ugh!" "What are you
reading?" "Something New." Wit sharp as a knife, but never cutting
comes into play, and there is laughter. "I'm going to bed now." "But
it's only 9:30." "So?" "Good-night."
MARY JUDITH WILSON
34 Dartmouth Street, Beverly, Massachusetts
846 Sutter Street, Palo Alto, California
1964-1965 A.C.A. 4.
Walking down the third floor corridor, I caught a glimpse of a
room that looked much more like Waldorf's best than Abbot's norm.
The girl inside was one of those "California" girls, it you understand
the connotation ("Don't sweat the small stuff. Am I right?") She was
the one that was always getting ALL the phone calls between 9:00 and
9:30. Everyone knows Sue. She's the friendly one, who has the noisy
friends in the corner room, who's an asset to any table because of her
grace (?) and charm (No joke). She has friends from HARVARD, and
from the far right, and, by the way, a father who looks like Atlas. She's
the one-man AA football team. Remember her?
Let me entertain you.
1961-1965 Class Play 1,2,3; A Capella 1,2; Honorable Mention 1;
Honor Roll 2,3; Choir 3,4; Sherry Sippers 3,4; Fidelio 3,4; Madrigals
3,4; Cynosure 4.
To her classmates, Robin is shy, intelligent, quick to respond to a
greeting with a smile. Her humor is a combination of wit, matter of
factness, with a pinch of sarcasm.
Her friends know her as a sympathetic listener with intelligent advice.
Her habits are ring twiddling, exaggerated hand and arm motions to
express a thought, and a slightly quavering singing voice. This causes
people to ask, "How could she be so nervous — she has such a good
voice?" Her answer — "Simple."
ROBIN HART WOOD
46 Devon Road, Fells, New Jersey
4961 Quebec Street, N. W., Washington, D. C.
1962-1965 Talo; Class Play 2,3; A Capella 2;
Fidelio 3; Fidelio 3,4; Choir 4; Sunday School
Committee Chairman 3; Cheerleader 3,4.
Dance 2,3,4; New
Teacher 4; Bazaar
The Phillipines. I learned how to make a bed. Riding and Ballet.
I cut bangs. Mono. Coffee and cake. Buddah. Double bubble. Our
plumber. Time spent between the scales and the mirror. Algernon. I'm
in love T again? And I bought another coffee cake.
Reahly, Dahling . . .
At last - Freedom!
1962-1965: Liz. Class Play 2, A Capella 2; Honor Roll 2, 3;
Courant 2, Art Editor 3; Drama Workshop 3; Bazaar Executive Com-
mittee 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Choir 4.
Oh thou unsubtle Rubens woman!
University of Michigan has
Complete with all thy
Leaving us out of thy life
Which before meant so much,
But now can only be seen
as through a glass darkly.
ELIZABETH GRAY EDER
2631 Devonshire Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan
SEXIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Seated: Miss Judd. Standing: H. De-
marest, R. Tyler, E. Lage, E. Davis.
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Abbot, our strong foundation,
Abbot, our inspiration,
Abbot, the school that we all do extol;
Through years of work and learning
We've kept the torch fire burning,
Working together to attain our goal.
All you have given us, our steadfast memories,
Joyous, we will carry through the years;
As the class of '65 we strive to hold our standards high
'Mid memories of friendships and laughter and tears.
CLASS OFFICERS, FIRST TERM. N. White-
head, M. Miller | President), J. Froeber, B.
CLASS OFFICERS, SECOND TERM. E.
Downs, C. Gaines (President), L. Johnson, B.
FIRST FLOOR NEW
WING. Standing: M. Rvder,
L. Fletcher, E. Barker, M.
Livingston, C. Lashnits.
Sirring: M. Wies, D. Little,
L. Hinckley, J. Froeber, M.
W a t s o n. Kneeling: M.
Church, H. Max. M. Miller.
FIRST FLOOR OLD
WING. Standing: V. De-
Peyster, M. Donaghy, E.
Ritter, A. Garten, L. Thom-
son, A. Todd, N. Theo-
haropoulos, N. Valentine.
Sitting: N. Werth, K. Ful-
ler, C. Taylor. Kneeling: B.
Paris, J. Mustille, J. Waring.
L. Burlinc (missing: A.
SECOND FLOOR. Stand-
ing: M. Porter, J. Bricker,
J. Abbott, B. Hazard, L.
Thompson, B. Timkin, E.
Walker, L. Haselton, A.
Chamberlin, A. Whitehead.
Sitting: D. Hanes, S. Watl-
ing, E. Sobiloff, B. Moulton.
Kneeling: C. Erwin, E. Ross,
I. Rock, B. Hazzard, S.
THIRD FLOOR. Standing:
B. Ware, R. Bendetson, D.
Stone, E. Thomas, C. Gaines,
G. McKenzie, S. Doucett, M.
Bayles, L. Johnson, M.
Alvarez, J. Lippincott. Sitt-
ing: L. Shimmel, F. Jones,
M. Wilson. Kneeling: B.
Armsden, D. Wlodkoski, K.
Roan, P. Cortes, J. Minor.
Standing: D. Woodworth, S.
Lebach, L. Crane, B. Roe-
diger. Kneeling: L. Somers,
C. Zollner, J. Dupont.
FIRST TERM OFFICERS: J. Schneller, L.
Cannon (President), M. Wilde, E. Rudman.
SECOND TERM OFFICERS: Standing: C.
Hoover, S. Gallager, S. Delano. Seated: A.
Standing: N. Howe, M. Wilde, L. Cregg, H. Washburn, S. Birdsall. Seated: H. Whitney, C.
Arragg, D. DeNuccio, J. Haley, L. Pendleton. Missing: G. Hanson, G. Niziak.
Seated: A. Bowser, C. Lambert, L. Huntington, D. Green, J. Singer, E. Rudman. Standing:
C. Hoover, A. Miller, M. Goldman, A. Dickerson, B. Read, R. Wolfe, P. Howes, R. Mac-
Intyre. M. Major, J. von der Heyde, R. Tavares. Missing: C. Hansen.
First row: J. Schneller, E. Bonan, X. Porosky, S. Shapiro, D. Van Duzer, F. Forrest, V.
Brown, C. Moore, S. Lando, P. Jones. Second row: S. Cobb, S. Gallagher, C. Howes, L. Can-
non, F. Beane, M. Hadley. Third row: L. Sullivan, J. Alvarez, S. Sticknoth. Fourth row:
T. Mons, J. Wannop, A. Robertson. Fifth row: S. Delano, J. Browning. Top of steps: S. Beale,
B. Barker, R. Chamberlin, M. Kaplan, C. Elmenhorst.
FIRST TERM CLASS OFFICERS. C. Whit-
ney, J. McGinty (President), M. Shapiro.
SECOND TERM CLASS OFFICERS. K. Sea-
ward, S. Bolton (President), J. Brown (missing).
Standing: J. Crane, L. Mars-
den, J. McGinty, S. Sullivan,
J. Brown, E. Briggs. Seated:
J. Sapienza, S. Bolton, L.
Black, A. Fisher.
Standing: S. Flaherty, M.
Todd, B. Cook, C. Cleaver,
A. Moses, P. Hopkins, K.
Wies, C. Whitney. Seated:
C. Payne, K. Seaward, L.
Hunter, M. Shapiro, A. Fel-
lows, D. Cheney, A. Davis.
FIRST TERM. Front Row:
M. Miller, C. Whitney, J.
McGinty, N. Whitehead.
Second row: M. Wilde, Mile.
Arosa, Miss Minard, L. Can-
non. Tliird row: N. McArdle,
R. Tyler, D. Downs, S. Wat-
son (President), L. Buxton,
H. Demarest, E. Huntington.
SECOND TERM. First row:
N. McArdle, H. Demarest,
Miss Minard, S. Watson, L.
Johnson, K. Seaward. Sec-
ond row: A. Miller, S. Dela-
no, C. Gaines, E. Hunting-
ton, D. Downs, A. Rahilly,
L. Buxton, R. Tyler.
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FIRST TERM. Fron< rou;: S. Erwin, C. Hoover, F. Beane,
D. Downs (President), L. Learned, E. Sobiloff. Second row:
D. Green, Mrs. Hutton, F. Beane. Third row: B. Armsden,
K. Wies, A. Davis, D. Stone, S. Flaherty, E. Foote, M.
Livingston, S. Spangler, M. Watson.
SECOND TERM. First row: M. Watson, S. Erwin, B.
Armsden. Second row: C. Taylor, F. Beane, Miss Minard,
L. Sullivan, E. Sobiloff, K. Swenson. Third row: S. Gallagher,
D. Green, D. Downs, S. Flaherty, D. Stone.
M. Strauss, A. Morrill, E. Giblin. Seated: E. Huntington
M. Major, R. Tyler, J. Lippincott, L. Beckvold, M.
Fales, M. Spaulding, S. Flaherty.
Kneeling: S. Lebach, K.
Seaward, G. Goldstein, M.
Church, B. Armsden, B.
Suhr. Standing: D. Green,
J. Crane, J. Hyde, F. For-
rest, A. Dickerson, B. Cook,
B. Hazard, F. Mustille, J.
Scheller, S. Delano.
Seated: S. Massengale, J.
Kurzon, N. Valentine, S.
Spangler, M. Mock (chairman)
L. Learned, J. Brown, R.
Bendetson, C. Lambert, S.
Downs. Standing: L. Hinck-
ley, E. Walker, C. Gaines,
P. Jones, M. Livingston, M.
Todd, L. Crane, S. Voor-
hees, E. Ritter.
J. Barker. L. Buxton (President), D. Fleming, V. Bertsche.
First row: F. Beane, M.
Porter, L. Buxton (Presi-
dent), V. DePeyster, J.
Crane. Second row: C. Mo-
ore, D. Fleming, V. Bert-
sche, C. Rice, J. Sapienza.
Seated: J. Schneller, L.
Rock, K. Platz. Stand-
ing: E. Barker, B. Bar-
ker, C. Moore. Missing:
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Firs£ rou;: E. Sobiloff, L.
Learned, R. Wood, R. Tyler,
A. Davies (Editor), V. Bert-
sche, G. Goldstein, S. Downs.
Second row: M. Babson, D.
Green, S. Lebach, J. Haz-
zard, P. Cortes, S. Winet,
C. Taylor, H. Max, M. Mock,
D. Gaines. Third row: K.
Roan, D. Fleming, R.
Bendetson, J. Bricker, I.
Rock, C. Hall, L. Thomson,
D. Wlodloski, M. Hadley,
E. Gamble, L. Thomson, B.
Timken, M. Miller, E.
Adams, K. Smith.
Standing: L. Haselton, B. Moulton, F. Forrest, B. Slaymaker,
C. Moore. Seated: D. Hayes, C. Reische, T. Brainerd. Kneel-
ing: C. Whitney, M. Wilde, A. Moses. Missing: M. Warshaw.
D. Gaines, M. Warshaw (Co-editors), C. Reische, M. Krakauer,
K. Staples, K. Smith, E. Ross, C. Cleaver, B. Foote, M.
Donaghy, L. Huntington, J. Hyde. Missing: A. McDermott,
E. Birdsall. Missing: Mrs. Powel (Advisor).
First row: E. Davis, A. Ra-
hilly, J. Barker, L. Hunting-
ton, S. Spangler, R. Rey-
nolds. Second row: C.
Arragg, W. Treneer, L. Has-
elton, K. Staples (President),
S. Harney, K. Roan, I. Rock,
E. Ross. Third row: B.
Armsden, S. Voorhees, K.
Fuller, N. Werth, S. Dou-
cett, H. Parson, S. Watling,
S. Vanderlinde, N. Valen-
tine, C. Green.
Last row: G. Ylitalo, A. Todd, A. Bradshaw, C. Rice, A. Morrill, L. Halford, R. Wood, K.
Abler. Second row: L. Buxton, B. Hazard, M. Strauss, E. Giblin, L. Johnson, X. Valentine,
H. Demarest. Front row: D. Little, N. MeArdle, E. Eder, K. Staples (president), B. Armsden,
B. Hayes, B. Sykes. Missing: R. Reynolds.
Back row: X. Whitehead, B. Ware, C. Gaines, A. Still-
man, G. Ylitalo, J. Dupont, A. Chamberlin, M. Bayles,
D. Hanes. M. Warshaw, J. Hyde, E. Giblin. Fourth row:
E. Foote, E. Davis, L. Halford, R. Wood, A. Todd,
R. Reynolds, A. Bradshaw, M. Strauss, V. Bersche, M.
Scott, K. Swenson, A. Rahilly, K. Staples. Third row:
J. Lippincott, M. Watson, X. Warlick, E. Ross, K.
Abler, E. Eder, J. Kurzon, W. Treneer, A. Morrill,
E. Huntington, L. Beckvold, D. Gaines (librarian). Sec-
ond row: X. MeArdle, D. Hayes, M. Fales, N. Valen-
tine. C. Choy, B. Moulton, S. Spangler, J. Mustille, B.
Dow, J. Bricker, D. Woodworth, E. Lage (librarian).
Front row: C. Erwin, B. Sykes (president), E. Sobiloff,
M. Church, K. Smith, H. Demarest, L. Crane, R.
Tyler, S. Watson, D. Little, B. Armsden, L. Buxton.
Last row: D. Gaines, L. Buxton. Front: R. Reynolds, A.
Bradshaw, R. Wood, M. Fales, B. Sykes, K. Smith.
C. Gaines, E. Ross, L. Burling, M. Ryder, B. Hazard, I. Rock,
B. Armsden, M. Church.
Current Events Club
First row: F. Green, S. Massen-
gale, G. Goldstein, S. Veasey, K.
Smith (President), J. Hazzard, P.
Cortes, S. Downs, E. Sobiloff,
Miss Minard. Second row: O.
Motch, S. Voorhees, J. Brazer, D.
Downs, R. Sullivan, N. Porosky,
S. Shapiro, C. Lambert, L.
Huntington, D. Fleming, D.
Green. Third row: V. Weber, B.
Suhr, J. Schneller, M. Goldman,
M. Porter, P. Hopkins, A. Mor-
rill, M. Livingston, S. Watling,
A. Davies, E. Lage, A. Still-
man, B. Lawton, L. Johnson, J.
Bricker, L. Cregg.
First row: D. Little, L. Thomson,
C. Taylor, E. Ritter, N. Valen-
tine, C. Erwin, H. Max, M.
Church, J. Hazzard, C. Reische
(President) E. Sobiloff. Second
row: C. Arragg, P. Donaghy, M.
Miller, D. Fleming, A. Robertson,
M. Major, C. Hoover, E. Rud-
man, K. Seaward. Third Row: C.
Whitney, A. Garten, F. Forrest,
B. Cook, A. Moses, M.
Wilson, N. Theoharopoulos, S.
Harney, J. von der Hyde, J.
Schneller, L. Crane. Fourth row:
P. Jones, K. Staples, A. Hopkins,
M. Todd, C. Cleaver, S. Flaherty,
R. Chamberlin, J. Mons, S. Galla-
gher, M. Livingston, S. Watl-
ing, G. Mackenzie, A. Davies,
A. Todd, F. Jones, A. Chamber-
lin, L. Burling, L. Haselton, B.
First row: F. Green, L. Learned, B. Dow (President), K.
Smith, G. Goldstein. Second row: D. Denuccio, S. Spangler,
L. Mock, J. Brazer, S. Voorhees, C. Choy, H. Max, M.
Church, B. Timken. Third row: D. Fleming, L. Cregg, K.
Stover, V. Weber, G. Niziak, A. Bradshaw, O. Motch, W.
Treneer, K. Swenson, R. Reynolds, L. Thomson.
First row: K. Platz (President), G. Goldstein, M. Fales,
S. Massengale, J. Singer, M. Babson, J. Hazzard, F. Forrest.
Second row: K. Roan, K. Stover, A. Morrill, M. Hadley,
M. Livingston, S. Flaherty, B. Suhr, S. Stichnoth.
The Cocktail Party
The Window Boy
HOPIE AND LISTER
i:/K\ AIJIiOT CAM
L. Walker, M. Babson, M. Fales, J. Brazer, J.
Froeber, G. Ylitalo.
CATHY AND CAESAR
D. Little, G. Goldstein. Standing: M. Watson, I. Rock, D. Stone,
L. Beckvold, A. Stillman.
N. Howe, M. Krakauer, E. Foote, S. Voorhees, M. Major. Standing: J. Brown. C. Cannon,
R. Bendetson, L. Crane, J. Kurzon.
S. Delano, L. Pendleton.
Second row: H. Parson, H.
Washburn, B. Barker.
M. Warshaw, O. Motch, N. Whitehead, M. Porter, L. Huntington, D. Gaines, M. Babson,
E. Ross, M. Fales, J. Brazer, D. Downs, D. Green, S. Massengale.
Kneeling: R. Wood, L. Buxton, N. McArdle, M. Mock, S. Woodworth. Standing: M. Wilde,
L. Fletcher, E. Barker, E. Giblin, C. Rice, E. Birdsall.
B. Moulton, M. Livingston,
B. Sykes, L. Haselton, J.
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V. Bertsche, J. Dupont, A. Hopkins, R. Reynolds, M. Watson, H. Demarest, R. Sullivan,
B. Dow, J. Hyde, S. Watson, D. Fleming, E. Sobiloff, G. Goldstein, D. Little.
Seated: L. Crane, D. Green, J. Froeber. Kneeling:
J. Sehneller, B. Barker, M. Porter. Rear: E. Davis
(Captain). Missing: D. Gaines.
Front: D. Fleming (Captain). Second row: M. Wat-
son, J. Hyde, A. Diekerson. Third row: V. Bertsehe,
N. McArdle, B. Hazard.
Fire* row: C. Reische, D. Downs, M. Fales, M. Spaulding, L. Cregg, B. Lawton, V. Weber,
L. Beckvold, O. Motch, W. Treneer, C. Stillman, S. Voorhees, G. Ylitalo. Second row: T.
Brainerd, B. Armsden, B. Sykes, K. Weis, B. Hazard, E. Huntington, H. Demarest, A.
Rahilly, B. Hayes, R. Reynolds. Third row: S. Harney, F. Jones, B. Lage, E. Ritter, L.
Burling, J. Haley, C. Elmenhorst, J. Mustille, B. Roediger, M. Ryder, B. Slaymaker, S.
Flaherty, E. Thomas, V. Brown, K. Stover, S. Veasey.
H. Max, M. Wilson, D. Wlodkoski, A. Hopkins, L. Haselton, S. Spangler, L. Learned, J.
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Dr. and Mrs. Fred G. Arragg
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beckvold
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bendetson
Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Brainerd
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer R. Burling
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Clarke
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Cobb
Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel H. Cortes
Mr. and Mrs. Ross O. Davies
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick F. Davis, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. George Eder
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Fleming
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Fletcher
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Foote, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman P. Forrest
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Froeber
Colonel and Mrs. Leonard B. Gallagher
Dr. and Mrs. Karl Garten
Mr. and Mrs. W. Selby Harney
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Hoover
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunter
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Huntington
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Massengale
Dr. and Mrs. Jay B. Moses
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Motch
Dr. and Mrs. Merrill G. Reische
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo A. Sapienza
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Schneller
Commander and Mrs. Sumner Shapiro
Mr. and Mrs. Halsey Smith
Mrs. Clair G. Spangler
Dr. and Mrs. O. Sherwin Staples
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Strauss
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. Kneeland Swenson
Mr. and Mrs. William Z. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Thomas
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